I was walking home and noticed an elderly lady on her knees in the dark. I helped her up and she was obviously quite drunk but fuck it, right? a person in need is a person in need. Shit happens. God knows I’ve been drunk countless times and people helped me.
Anyway yeah it was about half an hour until I got her home (turns out she lives a few houses over), and when I got back mum told me that that woman had helped my dad some five years ago when he had gone for a walk in the woods and suddenly felt really bad and fell. She found him and conjured up a wheelchair and got him home.
It’s neat how life gives you opportunities to return the favor. Just gotta pay attention.
You know your language is beautiful if it has words like Donaudampfschifffahrtsgesellschaftskapitänskajütenschlüssel
Plane tickets are booked. January 27, 2014, 13:40 I will be standing in our tiny airport actually waiting for someone for the first time.
Yay! I’m so glad to hear things are going so well for you!! :) <3
Okay so I realized that y’all don’t know what’s been happening with me and I’m not sure if anyone cares but yeah:
basically I met this guy on the roosterteeth website and he’s the cutest person in the whole fucking world. He lives in England and he’s planning on coming to visit in the spring when I’m on holiday.
Just to give you a feel of what kind of guy he is: he volunteered in an animal shelter in Thailand for like half a year; once broke his ankle to save a dying cat from being run over by a car; when I complained that I’m too poor to buy merch, he ordered me a few tshirts (one’s a part of a set, and he has the other one), slapbands and a hoodie and put a game in the mail so that we have something apart from GTA to play together, he’s taking lithuanian classes
Did I mention that he’s from England? Yep. Mind-numbingly hot english accent and all.
I may have hit the jackpot.
No, I’m sorry :(